Last weekend was a busy contest weekend! The Mission Flat contest took place in Texas. Congratulations to Will Redd on his first place in the pro class! You can already find a lot of photos and clips in the Texas Flatlanders group on Facebook.
Pro 1st Will Redd 2nd Art Thomason 3rd Bobby Burge 4th Ruben Rdog Castillo III 5th Cesar Rangel
Can you make it?! is featuring a pretty universal trick this time that you can use in many ways and even for street riding. As usual Matthias and Alex are doing their best to explain the technique in detail. Great job guys!
Congratulations to Simon on winning the video round of the Downunderground series in the Open class. In Expert Thore Saggau from Germany (who is currently in Australia) won and in the Beginner class David Rooney took the first place. Check out our previous post for the links to the all the videos.
Open class 1st Simon O’Brien 203 points 2nd Paul Chamberlain 186 points 3rd Lee Kirkman 164 points 4th M Aristyo Rahadiyan (aka AIS) 144 points 5th Clint Millar 143 points
It's a big year for FISE because it's the 20th anniversary. The party is getting started soon with the classic FISE Montpellier. On top of that Flatland is going to be present at each stage of the FISE World Series which has 4 stops including Montpellier. All semi-finals and finals will be broadcasted live on FISE.TV, the IMG network and on the French channel SFR Sport 3.
Congratulations to Dub on his victory at the 2nd AFA Round in Florida. He also won the first round and should have a pretty comfortable lead in the AFA ranking now. The next round takes place in Belleville, IL on July 1.
Top 3 - Round 2 1st Jean-William Prevost 2nd Tyler Gilliard 3rd Art Thomason
Joel in full effect .. he just turned 29 and put this birthday edit together with all the new tricks he learned. He'll explain that to you in the beginning of the video. Then the fun starts .. pegless tricks, skateboard combos and all kinds of signature break ya neck styles. Enjoy! Happy birthday!